Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects your fertility.
Most worrying part about Polycystic ovary syndrome is adolescent PCOS. This decease has started kicking during teenage. Major reason of PCOS is due to stressful lifestyle these days. Due to change in lifestyle in youngsters such as having less balanced diet and lack of physical exercise in youngsters.
What is Polycystic ovary syndrome?
Polycystic ovary syndrome in women is a common decease which causes infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods. If the impacted women gets timely treatment, it may help to forbid long term impacts such as heart
related deceases and diabetes.
As per a study– Today, 1 in every 10 women is diagnosed with PCOS across the world. And I guess this count will increase by the time if this decease isn’t controlled with proper diet and healthy lifestyle.
What is the cause for PCOS?
The exact cause of this decease is not known yet but it has bad impacts on reproductive system. Excess use of insulin, family heredity, high level of androgen and low-grade inflammation can cause it.
Low grade inflammation can be caused by infamous habits such as smoking, stress, bad diet, more weighing and use of alcohol.
Symptoms of PCOS decease:
1. Irregular Periods
2. Excess Androgen
3. Polycystic ovaries
When is the time to visit doctor in PCOS?
It is always better to consult the doctor when you notice the signs of PCOS.
Other symptoms of PCOS such as concerning menstrual periods, facing infertility, male pattern baldness, excess body hair, facial hairs etc.
What should be done in PCOS?
1. Maintain a healthy and balanced diet
2. Control weight
3. Don’t stress much
4. Do regular yoga and meditation
5. Visit doctor at the early stage
6. Limit Carbohydrates
Most important is focus on what you eat. As per one of the article, one should eat – ANTIOXIDANT-HEAVY FOODS.
Examples of antioxidant-rich foods for a PCOS diet include:
- Fruits (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries )
- Vegetables (spinach, artichokes, kale)
- Whole Grains (whole oats, whole wheat, quinoa, brown rice)
- Unsaturated fats (nuts like pecans, nut butters, olive oil, avocado)
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